Black and Indian Missions in Milwaukee
Black and Indian Missions reach out to those who seek Christ in what is often a hostile environment. Approximately half of the funds collected are returned to our archdiocese for grants to assist local projects and initiatives, which include:
- Support for Native American ministry at Congregation of the Great Spirit, Milwaukee
- Lay leadership, faith formation and evangelization at All Saints Parish, Milwaukee
- Retreats and school programs at Northwest Catholic School, Milwaukee
- Evangelization and youth programs at Blessed Savior Parish, Milwaukee
- Gospel music workshop at St. Francis of Assisi Parish Milwaukee
- Vacation Bible School at St. Martin de Porres Parish, Milwaukee and St. Michael Parish, Milwaukee
- Diocesan-wide annual programs coordinated by the Black Catholic Ministry Commission
Black and Indian Missions Office
This national office was founded by the U.S. Catholic bishops in 1884, and is comprised of three organizations: the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions, the Commision for the Catholic Missions among the Colored People and the Indians and the Catholic Nego-American Mission Board.
Visit blackandindianmission.org to see how these organization promote evangelization and ministry initiatives for African-American and Native-American communities around the nation.